The Destiny of Violet & Luke

By Jessica Sorensen

The Destiny of Violet & Luke

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The Destiny of Violet & Luke

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Luke Price's life has always been about maintaining order, maintaining control, and putting on a tough exterior. Meaningless relationships serve as a diversion for Luke, allowing him to tune out the twisted memories of his childhood. He wishes he could forget his past, but no matter what he does, it... haunts him. Violet Hayes has had a difficult upbringing. She grew up without a family and with the memory of her parents' unsolved murders. She grew up in foster homes, surrounded by irresponsible parents, drugs, and neglect, all while trying to overcome the trauma of losing her parents. But it's difficult to forget, especially since she never received closure--and she can't stop thinking about what happened that fateful night. She keeps her distance from everyone and never allows herself to feel anything in order to get through life. Violet then meets Luke. They clash right away, but they can't seem to keep their hands off each other. Despite their resistance, they both begin to open up and feel emotions they've never felt before. They come to realize how similar they are. But they also learn something else: the past always finds a way to catch up with you...

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Quotes from The Destiny of Violet & Luke

It's all about her. Every movement, every breath, the way my heart beats firecely inside my chest, is all because of her. Violet owns me.

I don’t like saying my real last name because then I remember that I’m the only living person left carrying it.

Even though the odds are in my favor, doesn’t mean they’ll end up that way. First rule of cards. And of life.

They’re smiling as they talk to each other and they make it look so easy, so natural, like it’s as simple as breathing. But even breathing is difficult for me sometimes.

Then for the first time in thirteen years, someone actually helps me. And the odd thing is he willingly does it.

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